Technology is obsessed with getting smaller. It happened to our phones, it happened to our laptops and now it’s happening to our printers. Meet the HP DeskJet Ink Advantage 3775 — the world’s smallest inkjet all-in-one (AIO) printer.
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Windows 10 Mobile‘s latest champion has arrived in Malaysia, meet the HP Elite x3. On paper alone, this smartphone blows the Lumia 950 XL out of the water, but that’s not the primary purpose of HP’s latest handset.
If you’re the type of person that always needs to look for a socket to charge up at, HP has the backpack for you. This is their new Powerup Backpack and it can charge your phone, your tablet and even your laptop.
HP‘s Spectre 13 is one of the most eye-catching laptops in the world right now. The contrasting colour scheme, the interesting hinge and sheer thinness of it all is absolutely mesmerising. If you’ve been eyeing this laptop since it was revealed earlier this year, now you have a chance to buy one right here in Malaysia for RM5,999.
PC gaming on the go used to be a novelty. Gaming laptops used to be big unwieldy beasts that held lots of power but were very impractical to bring around.
Times have changed and there has been an emergence of more affordable PC gaming notebooks that cater to gamers on a budget. The HP Pavilion Gaming notebook is one such device that offers gamers plenty of bang for their buck. Let’s take a look at see how this gaming machine performs.
A quick Google search on gaming gear will often reveal tricked out products that have big flashing LED lights and huge swathes of contrasting colour elements. This is part of what most companies think is the gaming brand and that all gamers want to stand out from the sea of sleek business laptops.
The thing is, that’s not always the case. There are many gamers who want all the power of a gaming laptop but without the seizure-inducing flashing lights. Well, if you’re one of those people, meet the HP Pavilion Gaming Notebook.
2-in-1s are pretty popular these days because they provide the convenience of a tablet plus the productivity capabilities of a full-fledged laptop. Granted, most of them can’t permanently replace a dedicated laptop or computer, but they’re good enough for work that you can leave your heavy laptop at home and bring a space-aged tablet hybrid around with you.
HP’s Pavilion x2 is one that fits into that hybrid laptop category and I quite like it despite some of its obvious drawbacks.
One of the latest members to join the Windows 10 Mobile family of phones, is the HP Elite x3. Its large, built for business and wants you to work with it.
Combos, packages and all-in-ones, a compelling proposition for someone who has limited space in their homes/offices. While not as powerful as a custom-made tower, the HP Pavilion 23-inch AIO is a screen, a desktop, and by an extension a keyboard and mouse too.
But when you have iMacs, Dell’s XPS AIO and the Lenovo IdeaCentre line making their own case in homes and offices around the world, where does it fit?
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